The protocol aim to tackle the escalating levels of domestic, sexual, and gender-based violence.
The assessment of the psychological state of the victims, before they testify, implicitly questions their ability to perceive and evaluate what happened to them.
It is not enough to call on survivors to report. The state has a duty to ensure that the authorities act promptly and appropriately.
We join our voice with feminist and women’s organisations and demand the inalienable right to a life free of abuse.
19 women’s organisations point out that gender-based violence is one of the most serious obstacles to achieving equality.
12 women’s organizations are calling for a protest rally in front of Parliament on Thursday, September 30, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.
The Diotima Center submits its comments on the National Action Plan for Gender Equality 2021-2025.
The Diotima Center co-signed her*dissent’s call for support to eliminate gender-based violence in art education.
We consider it necessary to strengthen horizontal public policies for gender equality with human resources and assets.
A large number of women, including survivors of gender-based violence, lack even this minimal but necessary condition of protection.
The seemingly small increase in domestic violence incidents in Greece, in the first month of the pandemic, should not be a cause for complacency.
The Diotima Centre is concerned about the situation faced by survivors of domestic violence in Moria, in the midst of a pandemic.
The Diotima Centre is deeply concerned about the management of gender-based violence by police authorities in the midst of a pandemic.
Diotima expresses its concern about the increase in the number of survivors of GBV – asylum seekers living in conditions of homelessness.
For the Diotima Centre, November 25th is a day of struggle and visibility for a daily, global phenomenon that remains “invisible”
The Diotima Centre has appealed to the NCRTV for the report “Virtual rape allegations by tourists”, asking for its withdrawal.
More than 150 citizens and 8 women’s organizations are demanding that the GSGE and the KETH remain in the Ministry of Interior.
This comparative report aims to enhance EU member-states’ policies concerning GBV elimination
Article 336 of the new Penal Code, voted yesterday by the Greek parliament, now incorporates the absence of consent into the legal definition of rape.
We once again call on the Minister of Justice to adopt a modern Criminal Code worthy of a European state, including the concept of consent.
Protecting women whose lives are at risk from gender-based violence is an obligation of the state and its institutions.
The adoption of the bill ratifying the Istanbul Convention by the Greek Parliament is a victory for the feminist movement.
The draft law does not explicitly define economic violence as one of the forms of gender-based violence, although it could explicitly fall under psychological violence.
The legal recognition of the right to redefine the gender indicated in public documents is a matter of dignity.